Knoll Lake

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Knoll Lake
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Location Coconino County, Arizona, United States
Coordinates 34°25′33″N 111°5′15″W / 34.42583°N 111.08750°W / 34.42583; -111.08750Coordinates: 34°25′33″N 111°5′15″W / 34.42583°N 111.08750°W / 34.42583; -111.08750
Basin countries United States
Surface area 75 acres (30 ha)
Average depth 50 ft (15 m)
Surface elevation 7,340 ft (2,240 m)


Knoll Lake is part of the Blue Ridge Ranger District of the Coconino National Forest. It gets its name from a rocky island located in the middle of the lake. Knoll Lake is located in Leonard Canyon, Arizona, along the Mogollon Rim. This 75-acre (30 ha) lake is located at 7,340 feet (2,240 m) elevation and is closed to visitors in the winter months. Bald eagles may be seen during the winter months if the roads are open late into the season. The facilities are maintained by Coconino National Forest division of the USDA Forest Service.

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